Are you ready to step into the future of gaming? The world of web3 gaming is expanding rapidly, and decentralized technologies are at the forefront of this exciting new frontier. Unity, the world’s leading platform for creating and growing real-time 3D content, has introduced a new “Decentralization” category page in the Unity Asset Store with vetted solutions to support developers interested in technology that enables decentralization in gaming.
So, what exactly are decentralized technologies for games? In a nutshell, they refer to models of in-game ownership that allow players to create, earn, or obtain in-game resources that they can then sell or trade. This means enabling game mechanics that are truly player-driven and offer a new level of ownership and control.
Some examples of decentralized technologies in games include smart contracts, virtual wallets, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and cryptocurrency. And there are already some exciting games out there that have integrated these technologies, like The Sandbox, Decentraland, and DOGAMÍ.
But with so many new technologies and solutions emerging, it can be hard for game developers to know where to start. That’s where Unity’s verified solutions come in. Due to the complexity of the technology, all decentralization solutions on the Unity Asset Store are Verified Solutions. This means they’re held to a high standard for quality, reliability, and sustainability.
13 Decentralized gamefi Offerings
The new Decentralization category page on the Unity Asset Store features 13 new verified solutions from established companies like Algorand, Infura, and Metamask, as well as innovative startups like Immutable X and Pocketful of Quarters. These solutions offer developers tools to manage digital assets, set up smart contracts, build on blockchain networks, and much more.
With the Unity Asset Store’s Decentralization category page, developers can confidently explore and integrate these new technologies into their games. And for players, this means a new level of control and ownership over their in-game experiences. The future of web3 gaming is here, and it’s looking bright!